The Queensberry rules of Sky and BT’s sporting match–up
BT Broadband may not be winning over many Arsenal supporters with its website featuring an image of Robin van Persie mid–volley, but surely even Gunners fans would be taken with its headline offering: “BT Sport is FREE with BT Broadband and BT Infinity”.
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Marc is a barrister at Littleton Chambers, called to the Bar following First Class degrees in Mathematics and Law. His practice areas (commercial, employment and administrative law) encompass the broad range of disputes that arise in a sporting context. The Legal 500 2014 directory rates Marc as one of the leading junior barristers in the country for Sports Law, describing him as "highly regarded in this area”.